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FOR YEARS, PEOPLE HAVE THOUGHT OF
THE WIZARD OF OZ AS A FAIRY TALE.
BUT DONALD GARDNER IS ABOUT TO LEARN
THE STORY IS TRUE.

WHEN DONALD GARDNER’S parents tell him they’ll be taking an exciting road trip through Kansas, he openly cringes. He is sure it will be a boring summer vacation. But at one of their final roadside stops on the way home, they are approached by a poor woman offering to sell a curious item—an antique silver shoe. While Donald’s mother is initially reluctant, she is ultimately smitten with the shoe and buys it.
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SILVER SHOES FROM OZ WERE ONLY THE
BEGINNING FOR DONALD GARDNER.
THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES
AS HE JOINS WITH FBI AGENTS
TO BATTLE A SINISTER SORCERER IN THE WOODS.

MORE THAN A week has passed since sixth-grader Donald Gardner left Germany after facing an evil sorcerer in the woods. He’s back in the classroom again, trying hard to adapt to a normal life and fit in.

But on his way home from school, a familiar rabbit missing a pocket watch delivers a grim warning message that his life is in danger now.
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TWO STRONG-WILLED WOMEN.
ONE INCREDIBLE CENTURY.
THEIR EXTRAORDINARY, TRUE STORY.

MORE THAN TONGUE CAN TELL is the one-hundred-year saga (1885-1985) of screen beauty and film star Andrea King and her equally indomitable, cigar-smoking mother Belle McKee.

Imagine, for a moment, what it must have been like growing up in the 1880s on a farm across the street from Thomas Edison, experiencing the first burst of electric light illuminating your childhood home. Belle’s father George Hart was an inventor himself, and as the family’s prosperity grew, so did Belle’s private aspirations.
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